Capon Bridge Public Library was founded in 1969.
It was originally located in what now is the
Museum, which is located in front of the present
library. Please stop by and visit a little bit
of the history of Capon Bridge.
Click here to visit the museum online
The library has been in its
current location since November 1995. The land
that the library currently sits on was donated
by Mrs. Susan Duff. We serve over
5,150 people in Capon Bridge and the surrounding
areas. We have over 15,000 books, over
books and over 800 movies available to the
public. We offer programs and many other
the public. There are eight public access computers
available with print capabilities and five
laptops. Wi-Fi is available for the patrons
to use with their personal devices, such as
laptops, tablets, e-readers and phones. Some
other services offered are copies, send and
receive faxes, and notarize documents. If we do
not have a book you desire, we can also request books through
Inter-Library Loan. If you have a special
meeting planned and no place to hold it, the library has
a meeting room that is available for use upon
request. Please be sure to call to reserve your
time. For our younger readers we offer a
Preschool Story Hour throughout the year and a Summer Reading Program. The library offers
different programs and displays throughout the
year, including artwork from the local middle
school and crafts from local artisans. There is
also an on-going book sale throughout the
year. Books that are not circulating well in the
library or are donated go into the book sale.
Stop in and you can also see "The Top 100 Children's Books
for Small Libraries" and "The Top 100 Classics"
complied by the library and local residents. As
the town of Capon Bridge continues to grow, the
library has high hopes that they will be able to
grow and expand with it. Our desire is to
support our community and all of our readers.